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Richard Jeng
Richard Jeng
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Basic Information

Member Since
Aug. 5, 2011
Last Seen
13 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

I am 17 years old and have been playing this awesome game since I was 6. "The secret to success and winning in bridge is that there is no secret at all. All you have to do is believe in yourself."

 

 

Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
My first Bridge game
Bridge Accomplishments
A 1st and a 3rd in the LM-1500 LM Pairs, 28th in the NABC+ Fast Pairs, 2nd in the Damiani Cup, Former YLM, 1st in the NAP Flight B's, King of Bridge 2017
Regular Bridge Partners
Andrew Jeng
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Alpharetta Duplicate Bridge Club
Favorite Tournaments
Labor Day Regional, NABC's
Favorite Conventions
Multi
BBO Username
r168r
ACBL Ranking
Silver Life Master
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Michael Seamon Junior USBC (Part 3)
100%. See below for what Sylvia said, which brings a great viewpoint.
Michael Seamon Junior USBC (Part 3)
A simple raise to 4 should surely suffice. North is almost always marked with heart shortness, and the Q98x can definitely present some finessable positions. Given that however, the three low diamonds are definitely a problem, but I don't think a direct raise to 5 is ...
Michael Seamon Junior USBC (Part 2)
5 may have been intended as exclusion, and through that, the 2 missing aces can easily be found. In a vacuum, NS should not be in slam. 4NT in this context should just be "I can take 10 tricks, and my vulnerable game is worth than I expect to ...
Michael Seamon Junior USBC (Part 2)
Correct, it seems the discovery play can only benefit.
The Midplay
I was assuming after South exited with the j.
The Midplay
In 5 declarer will have to play A and a low and hope that South doesn't unblock the J.
Michael Seamon Junior USBC (Part 1)
I think the standard for Youth is any 11 count now :)
Double dummy hand from the Common Game
After winning the heart, run trumps. Presumably the end position is: North has x AK87 A9 East hasQ Qxxx QT South has xx J9 xx x West has KT JTx KJ On the penultimate trump: If West pitches a red card, then that red suit will be set up ...
Year 3: Getting a Little Less Bad
Doesn't declarer have 12 top tricks after discards of both heart honors? 6 Spades, 3 hearts, 2 diamonds, and 1 club.
An Unsigned Letter to the ACBL
Correct, Mr. Mamula. Also the reason that there is "no indication that it was edited" is because it wasn't edited. Both links were there from the inception of this post.
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